Rosalinda Gonzalez

Artist, Director, and Social Media Manager in New York

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Rosalinda Gonzalez

Born Landstuhl,Germany

Lives and works New York City

She studied Latin American Literature, Fine Art and Entrepreneurship at the University of Houston, TX. While living in Texas she worked at The Art Car Museum, ARTL!esTexas Art Journal, and The Station Museum of Contemporary Art. While working as a curator for The Station Museum she launched two unprecedented museum level shows the traveling exhibition Made In Palestine and Frontera 450+. Made In Palestine was a survey exhibition that focused on issues of identity, diaspora and the occupation of Palestine. Frontera 450+ was an international group exhibition that aimed to create a dialogue on the femicide of young women in Juarez, Mexico since the 90s.

In 2009 she received her M.F.A. in Digital Media. She attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture that summer. While attending Skowhegan she developed a two year experimental exhibition collaborative based in Chicago, Amsterdam and New York City.

Since 2009, she has worked in press and fine art project management for Studio Mercury, Video Fashion, French InstituteAlliance Française, WhiteBox, SEM Ensamble, and Hans Breder Foundation. From 2013 to 2016 she grew to Associate Director of WhiteBox managing communications, outreach and producing programing. In 2016, she startedResidency Undergroundaimed at helping gifted artists create within green design rural studios in NY.

Her childhood growing up in the US military inspired ANVIL (2014-2016) an experimental Art + Curatorial Collective aimed a generating a series of video installation performances raising awareness of rape in the US military. Improvised new music/noise, collaborative video, and performance art became a vehicle to express both beauty and brutality. As a visual/performance artist her work has been exhibited in New York City, Texas, Boston, Providence and Greece.

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